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Addiction to PUBG makes two minors thieves, caught with 19 mobiles



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Addiction Of Pubg Mobile 


The addiction to the PUBG game made two minor boys a thief. Both of them started making a dent in PUBG Game to become champions and dominate their friends. But soon, the black exploits of both of them were exposed. Neb Sarai police station nabbed both minors.

The two had broken into a mobile shop located in Raju Park in Nebrasarai on Thursday. Police have recovered 19 stolen mobiles, two tablets, a ludo, a chassis board, and four batteries in the spotlight of both.

Counseling is being done to get information from both of them. District Deputy Commissioner of Police Atul Kumar Thakur said that a person named Vikas Singh gave information about the theft in his shop in Raj Park on Friday morning.

20 mobiles, two thousand rupees, Ludo, Chase board, and other items were stolen from his shop. Immediately a case was registered in this regard and investigation was started. The CCTV camera installed nearby gave the police some important clues.

After information, the police nabbed an accused minor near the Shiv Park temple. Some mobile and other belongings were recovered from him.

The other minor was also apprehended at the spot of the minor. The stolen goods were recovered from both. The accused said that they are fond of playing PubG games. Both of them needed money and mobile to establish their power. So he started stealing.


Breach of a bank account during online order cancellation
When contacted to cancel the order on the e-commerce website, the accused sent a link and removed thousands of rupees from the young man's account. On the complaint of the victim, the police have registered a case of forgery and started an investigation. Yasir Ahmed, who lives in Hauzkaji, ordered a washing machine on the e-commerce website Shop Clues through Facebook.

But the family asked to cancel the order. Yasir approached Google with a number of Shop Clue Company and asked him to cancel the order. The contact person asked him to pay ten rupees for this and sent a link to his WhatsApp through the Bhima app. Yasir paid ten rupees after opening the link.

After some time, the accused deleted the sent link. Then a message came out on Yasir's mobile to withdraw Rs 95 thousand from his account one by one.


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